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An historic and traditional-style hotel in the coastal suburb of Dún Laoghaire, with a full leisure centre and pool, two restaurants and a lounge for afternoon tea.

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Located in the coastal suburb town of Dún Laoghaire, the hotel is near the seafront and pier with views across Dublin Bay. Set within its own grounds, there are paths leading to the seafront.

The hotel is near bus services, the Dart (suburban rail) and the Aircoach bus service which goes to and from Dublin Airport. It is about 13km or 30 minutes by car or public transport to the city centre.

By plane: Manchester, Birmingham or London to Dublin takes around an hour, after which, it's a 40-minute drive to the hotel. Free on-site parking available. Book flights to Dublin.

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The hotel is split between its historic building - traditional and old-world in style - and a more modern wing, where the décor is darker and rooms don't have views. The hotel was originally built in 1863 when the first railway connecting Dún Laoghaire and Dublin city opened, so it has plenty of character and history.


Facilities include a health club (gym, swimming pool and sauna) with a fully-serviced spa. Set within its own grounds, you can access Dún Laoghaire town as well as the seafront from the gardens. The large underground car park is useful.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Gym
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms in the original part of the building are spacious and have period features, as well as lovely views of the seafront and Dublin Bay. Rooms in the modern wing are more compact and don't have views.

Room types: Classic, Executive, Family Suite, Junior Suite, Presidential Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee-making facilities, mini fridge, TV, free Wi-Fi


Choose to dine on classics in the traditional Dún Restaurant, or in the more informal setting of Hardy's Bar & Bistro. The Atrium Lounge serves lunch and coffee, as well as the Bay Lounge. We loved the traditional Irish breakfast, with all the trimmings plus tea and toast.

Dún Restaurant: open daily for breakfast and dinner.

Hardy's Bar & Bistro: main bar, informal dining.

Bay Lounge: afternoon tea daily, from €32.

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